Tuesday, 29 March 2011
I needn't say anything other than this is a mix from Pangaea, its just short of 80 minutes in length and contains 32 badass tracks from the likes of Blawan, Sicko cell, Addison Groove, Coki, FaltyDl and the man himself. You wont be disappointed.
Link and article here - http://www.factmag.com/2011/03/28/fact-mix-234-pangaea/
Drew lustman (aka FaltyDL) has just released his 2nd full length album "You stand uncertain" on the Planet Mu label. The strongest track in my opinion has to be "Lucky Luciano" an intense drum heavy workout coupled with hazy synth chords and vocal samples. The influences of jungle, garage and 90's rave are apparent here as with most of his work, yet he still manages to create something new and fresh with every track which is probably why i have had this on repeat since i bought it.
myspace - faltydl
Monday, 28 March 2011
Mary Anne Hobbs is set to return in a brand new Saturday show July 9th 2011 on Xfm Radio.
"In 2011, Xfm have given me the opportunity to deliver the music that I am so passionate about on a primetime platform. This is such a victory, not just for me, but for all the artists I believe in and all the live listeners who care so deeply. I’ll broadcasting from Manchester across the world at http://www.xfm.co.uk/ bringing future sound and guest mixes from the most forward thinking artists on earth. Dubstep, UK funky, minimal techno, deep house, hip hop, electronica, grime, neo-folk and art house rock... no holds barred"
Full details here http://www.maryannehobbs.com/
Sunday, 27 March 2011
I recently discovered this guy via Rob Flynn's 'Noise mix Volume one' (Link below) and instantly fell in love with the track "Clap your hands part one". His style lies somewhere beween dubstep and future garage, littered with ethereal synth pads and vinyl hiss reminiscent of Mount Kimbie or Airhead but with more of a club friendly vibe, and the beats are tight which doesn't hurt either.
Please show some love by checking his soundcloud page (especially the 2011 demos)
"Worldwide artists contribute to Nihon Kizuna music compilation in aid of Japan disaster relief effort. Over 40 international artists have donated music for the Nihon Kizuna compilation in aid of the Japan disaster relief effort. Nihon Kizuna, or 日本絆 in Japanese roughly translates as ‘bond of friendship with Japan’. Following the earthquake and tsunami which devastated the northern coast and prefectures of Japan on Friday March 11th 2011, a small group of Tokyo-based artists (from Japan, Ukraine and France) and one visiting London-based journalist (from Italy) decided to pull their efforts and contacts together to do the only thing they could to help the country and its people – sell music to raise awareness of the devastation that hit the area and raise money for its people and the relief effort."
Saturday, 26 March 2011
Starting April 4th on channel 4, Abbey Road Debuts will showcase some the latest up and coming musical talent in a short friday night slot. The first show will feature Oxford Math rock trio Trophy wife and most importantly for me the mighty Mount Kimbie. Of course Kai and Dom need no introduction so just listen to this live version of before i moved off taken from their Abbey Road Debuts session.
Jeremiah Jae - Raw Tape$ from Ounce. Films on Vimeo.
New video from Jeremiah Jae taken from his Rappayamantatra E.P
Rappayamtantra E.P Available now on Brainfeeder